Tulku Sherab Dorje is a Montreal native who has been recognized as the throne-holder of a Rimey lineage monastery in Golok, eastern Tibet. He is fluent in Tibetan and well-known as a translator. His recent memoir, “A Path Strewn with Flowers and Bones” is available through Amazon and his North American centre, www.blazingwisdom.org Here is... Read more »
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Montreal’s Tibetan Arts Centre hosts the Tibetan Festival, a home-grown multi-venue event running from May 1-8, 2010. Details at: Dung Dkar
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Amazingly – the 2oth anniversary (!) of this fabulous event coming up Nov 27-28, 2009. Details at www.tibet.ca Here’s a story about it from the Montreal Gazette… http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Tibetans+from+home+find+comfortable+nesting+place+Longueuil/2274108/story.html
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Here are some links to information about His Holiness’ recent visit to Montréal. Sorry I wasn’t able to post them before the event. http://www.dalailamamontreal2009.org/index.html http://www.learnquebec.ca/en/content/curriculum/personal_dev/erc/dalailama/
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The first time I met Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche was in the Montreal Zen Centre on Versailles Street in Pointe-St-Charles, in 1969. Trungpa had just arrived from Samye Monastery in Scotland after having given up his vows. He wore a beige suit with a vest. He had a club foot, a squeaky voice and partial paralysis... Read more »
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